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Yearly Archives: 2021

What are the Different Fluids in Your Vehicle and How They Work?

What are the Different Fluids in Your Vehicle and How They Work?

  Just like how we need fluids to stay hydrated, your vehicle does too! To maintain your vehicle's fuel economy, longevity, and drivability, you need to keep proper fluid levels. There are nine different fluids in your vehicle. They each play an important role in your vehicle's overall performance and safety, regardless of your vehicle's make or model.    Here are the nine different fluids in your vehicle and how they work:    Gas: We are all familiar with this fluid! Unless you are driving an electric vehicle, you need to have gas, seeing as this fluid powers your engine. If your vehicle doesn't have enough fuel, you won't be able to go anywhere.  Oil: There are a thousand different moving parts in your engine all operating at fast speeds and high temperatures. Oil is responsible for minimizing any friction in your engine. Without oil, all these parts would grind together and generate excessive heat.  Coolant/antifreeze: Is ... read more

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Springtime is the Best Time For Preventative Maintenance

Springtime is the Best Time For Preventative Maintenance

Springtime is the perfect time for preventative maintenance. Even though we deal with a moderate drop in temperatures in Florida, we still have take care of our vehicle after winter. The Premier Auto Service Center team wants you and your vehicle to feel refreshed for the new season, and the first step is preventative maintenance.  After winter, we may be putting away our Christmas decorations or our warmer coats and scarves and breaking out the bathing suits. We also tend to break out the cleaning supplies to give our house a thorough cleaning. We are seeing the sun shining, the flowers blooming, and the world is beginning to wake up again. Your car is too -- our technicians are ready to give your vehicle a little extra TLC:  Don’t forget about an oil service. A regularly scheduled oil service will maintain your engine for the long-term. Your oil is responsible for lubricating and cool all the moving parts in your engine. Over time, it picks up grime and debris, whic ... read more

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St. Patrick’s Benefit Cruise-In: Saturday March 20, 2021

St. Patrick’s Benefit Cruise-In: Saturday March 20, 2021

The Premier Auto Service Center team is excited to announce that we will be holding our St. Patrick’s benefit Cruise-In Saturday, March 20, 2021, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Over the years, this event has become an excellent way to connect with your community and display your vehicle at the same time -- it is both a social event and fundraiser. Proceeds from the 50/50 Benefit Raffle go to Golisano Children’s Hospital.    We are partnering with NAPA to offer free Hamburgers and Hot Dogs. Both Fort Myers Corvette Club and Hot Chili Rods will be attending, and we can’t wait to get together, look at cars, and chit-chat with you! Our St. Patrick’s March Benefit Cruise-in is a social gathering designed to connect with our community, you, your family, and of course, your vehicle. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Simply cruise in with your show vehicle and enjoy the day!    Our entire team looks forward to seeing you and your vehicle at our ... read more

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Fuel System Cleaning

Fuel System Cleaning

Over time, debris, dirt, and residue can build up in your fuel system, and a clogged fuel system almost has a domino effect, resulting in damage to other parts of your vehicle’s engine. Not only can it cause damage, but it can also lead to diminished performance and fuel economy. If left unchecked, a dirty fuel system can even lead to an engine shutdown.    The team at Premier Auto Service Center strives to ensure this doesn’t happen with routine fuel system cleaning. Your fuel system has three main parts: your fuel filter, fuel pump, and fuel injectors. Each of these components works together to ensure fuel travels from the fuel tank to your fuel injectors, which will ultimately disintegrate in your engine. The final result is an accurate mixture of air and fuel that combusts upon a spark and powers your engine.    Dirt and debris can affect even just one part of this interconnected system, such as your fuel filter. However, even if one component is clo ... read more

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